When some items are rare, they are appreciated and categorized as valuable. Amongst the 546 items displayed by Heritage Auctions this September, each and every item is as unique and valuable as it can be. The collection of error coins (coins that are manufactured incorrectly by a mint) adds excitement because of the variety it offers.
Special Offering Error Coins Online Auction starts with a 1922 1C No D Lincoln Cent. The coin is struck off-center towards 12 o’clock where a portion of “In God We Trust” is off the flan. It is said the replica of the coin may not exist as it sits at the top with the highest estimation of $6,500.
One more hard to find treasure is a $2, 1/2 Indian quarter eagle from 1912. The coin has partial print of legends on the right-side, and the second T in TRUST is completely absent. Alongside these items, one can also bid for a five-cent piece Elizabeth II from 1985 and a 1965 ten cents Roosevelt Dime. To find more, visit Heritage Auctions and bid for your favorite ones online.
Lot Categories:Coins, Currency & Stamps (546)
# of Lots:546
Price Range:$180 - $6,500
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|1912 $2 1/2 Indian Quarter Eagle|| Estimate: |
|1965 10C Roosevelt Dime|| Estimate: |
|1942-P 5C Type Two, Jefferson Nickel|| Estimate: |
|1922 1C No D Lincoln Cent, Strong Reverse|| Estimate: |
|1985 5C Elizabeth II, Five Cent Piece|| Estimate: |